국민의 힘 대선후보 윤석열 어록

삼프로 TV에 윤석열 후보가 등장한 것이 큰 화제입니다. 동일한 유튜브에 출연한이재명 후보의 수준과 극명한 수준 차이를 보였기 때문입니다. 대선 주자인 윤석열의 경우 대선 후보가 정해지며 당원들이 탈당을 하게 만들기도 하고, 장모와 와이프 관련 이슈, 이준석 대표와의 갈등과 같은 내홍을 주도하고 있고, 본인 자신이 언론을 통해 하루하루 망언을 쏟아내고 있습니다. 과거가 아닌 대선 후보 선언 후 언론을 통해 소개되는 내용 중, 어떻게 생각해도 부적절한, 소시오패스나 가치관이 의심되는, 윤석열 대선 후보의 어록을 지속적으로 업데이트합니다.

2021년 6월 29일 - 윤봉길 의사 기념관에서 대선 출마 선언 기자회견 발언 중

윤봉길 기념관에서 우리나라 정부를 비판하며 결과적으로 일본을 두둔한 발언을 하였습니다. 윤봉길 의사가 통곡할 일이죠. 또한 대관 시 윤후보의 대선 출마 선언을 알리지 않았다고 시설 관계자가 답하였습니다. 사전에 알았다면 대관이 힘들었을 것 같습니다.

관련기사: "윤봉길 의사와 윤석열이 무슨 관계?" 독립운동가 후손의 비판(한국일보)

굿모닝충청 만평

2021년 7월 19일 - 노동시간은 주120시간 이상

의도는 그게 아니라지만 요즘도 종종 얘기하는 윤석열 후보의 노동자 관련 내용은 싼 값에 주구장창 일하는 것을 허락해야 합니다. 밀턴 프리드먼 얘기를 하지만 과연 현재 대한민국에 대한 이해가 있는지 의문입니다. 참고로 밀턴 프리드먼이 주장한 내용 보다는 4차 혁명으로 인한 새로운 시대를 위한 경제이론을 고민해야 할텐데 아무 생각이 없죠. 그 외 불량식품 섭취, 낮은 임금 등 다양한 발언을 꾸준히 발언하는 것으로 보아 진심으로 보입니다..

관련기사: 윤석열이 말한 '주 120시간 근무' 시 근무표는... 온라인 커뮤니티 달구는 논쟁 (한국일보)

오마이뉴스 만평
부정식품 관련 만평

2021년 8월 4일 - 후쿠시마 오염수는 우리나라 정부가 문제를 만들고 있다 '

현 정부에 대한 반감과 더불어 아무래도 아버지의 영향을 받아서 일까요. 친일 성향의 사고가 들어나는 부분입니다. 후쿠시마의 경우 기본적으로 방사능 유출이 되지 않았다는 발언이 부산일보 인터뷰에 기재되었다가 얼마 후 삭제되기도 하였습니다. 이미 7월 6일 대전 방문 시에도 후쿠시마 관련 언급을 하였습니다.

관련기사: 후쿠시마 방사능 유출 안 되었다(동아일보)

출처: 클리앙

2021년 11월 7일 - 박근혜 구속에 대한 사과, 사면은 찬성

참 힘들게 산다는 생각이 드는게, 자기가 구속시킨 사람을 지지하는 당에 들어가다보니 여러가지 스텝이 꼬이고 정체성이 모호합니다. 이명박, 박근혜 씨에 대해서는 법 집행 장본인으로서 애석하다고 발언하고 있으며, 사면을 주장하고 있습니다. 어제 박근혜 씨 사면이 문재인 대통령에 의해 확인되며 앞으로 윤석열 후보와의 관계가 흥미롭습니다. 이 추위에 광화문에 닭근혜 지지 모임이 있다니 찬바람에 정신 깨우쳐 남은 인생 사람답게 살기를 기원합니다.

관련기사: MB, 박근혜 구속에 대해 유감 (조선일보)

인천일보 만평

2021년 12월 22일 - 세상 모르고 뱉은 구직앱

청약통장을 모르고 주택정책을 얘기하더니, 청년들의 구직패턴을 전혀 모름이 또 들어났던 발언입니다. 이 정도면 그냥 그들만의 세상에 사는 사람인데 왜 정치를 하겠다고 나와서 털리는지 궁금합니다.

관련기사: 청년 고용 정책으로 구직앱 언급하자 현장에서 웃음 (오늘의 유머)

전북일보 만평

2021년 12월 25일 - 삼프로TV 경제 관련 대담 반응 요약

‘삼프로TV_경제의신과함께’에서 대선특집으로 이재명 후보와 윤석열 후보를 초청하여 공통 질문과 개별 질문에 대한 인터뷰를 진행하였습니다. 각종 커뮤니티에서 조횟수와 댓글이 화제입니다. 결론은 윤석열 후보의 경우 이해와 전문성에 대한 우려가 있는 반면 이재명 후보의 경우 높은 수준과 잘난 척이라는 댓글 반응이 이어지고 있습니다. 해당 영상 시청 후 친일극우 윤서인이 손절한다는 댓글도 화제입니다.

관련 유튜브 링크: 삼프로가 묻고 윤석열 후보가 답하다

윤서인마저 손절했다는 커뮤니티 와이고수 화면 캡쳐

2021년 12월 29일 - ‘같잖다’ 발언

과연 본인이 그런 얘기를 하면서 아무렇지 않은지 궁금합니다. 소시오패스 인증 같기도 하고, ‘나 이렇게 개차반이야’라는 느낌입니다. 더 할 말이 없나, 주변에 사람이 안 말리나 싶지만 계속 도리도리하며 막말을 일삼는 것을 보면 경이로운데 2022년에도 매일매일 망언을 생성하며 이재명 대통령 만들기에 기여할 것으로 예상합니다.

본 기사의 관리 방안

대선 후보 활동 후 언론을 통해 확인된 발언 이슈만 기록합니다.

즉, 장모나 쥴리의 부정, 개사과, 검사 시절 의혹과 같은 대선 이전 내용은 취급하지 않으려고 합니다.

또한 윤석열 후보 관련 만평, 이슈링크 상위 랭크된 커뮤니티의 반응에 대해서 기록합니다.


송도, 바다위에 지은 새로운 도시

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrIl3VRGl-w
블룸버그 Full 영상 보기
여러 도시의 생성에 대한 타임랩스
송도, 그리고 세계 많은 도시들의 건축 현장 타임랩스

글로벌 유명 경제 정보 채널 불름버그에서 한국의 송도에 대한 뉴스가 소개되었습니다. 대략적인 내용을 요약하자면 세계에 많은 신도시 건설이 진행되고 있는데 송도가 좋은 예로 소개된 것 입니다. 흥미로운 댓글이 있어서 소개합니다.

송도 컨셉 디자인
송도 컨셉 디자인 1
송도 컨셉 디자인
송도 컨셉 디자인 2

그나저나 재밌는, 저와 다른 생각이 답변에 많이 보였습니다.

바로 넓은 차도에 대한 비판적인 댓글 의견입니다.

요약하자면 다 좋은데 아무래도 개인이동 수단을 위한 과도한 배려는 이상한 일
넓은 차도라니 별로얌

아, 이것이 관점의 차이인가도 싶은데 조금 더 생각해 보면 그것이 미래가 아닌가 싶기도 합니다. 안전과 효율을 위해 대형도로가 지중화 추진되고 있는 것을 보면 그런 것 같습니다.

그 외에도 축하나 훈훈한 댓글도 많습니다.

한줄 의견

송도, 세계에서 인정받는 스마트 신도시 사례


18 May in Gwangju, Korea and 2021 Myanmar

41 years ago, there were civil slaughter in Gwangju, Korea. And now, similar is happening in Myanmar. As Korean have similar past, they really want to support Myanmar.

https://youtu.be/NLn8ypR1GIw

Yesterday was 18 May and there were anniversary in Gwangju. Moon jae in, South Korea President said ‘may Gwangju to be Myanmar’s hope’ and lot of Gwangju citizen also wish Myanmar’s liberty.

Civic group - Mother of May declared supporting Myanmar
Civic group - Mother of May declared supporting Myanmar
Civic group in Korea, declared support Myanmar.
Other Civic group

And today is Buddha’s birthday and also they declared support & pray for Myanmar.

Pary for Myanmar
Pray & support Myanmar

Myanmar need global support and help. And now is the time to make move UN. Where is the justice? Why people can’t live in liberty? We need to fight against bad and we need to help each other. Please pray and support Myanmar. Let’s make better world.


2021 Myanmar Protest - Why Korean support

Myanmar protests were triggered by a military coup in Myanmar. The military coup is violent suppression against citizens, and many citizens are losing their lives. In Korea, which has a similar past about 40 years ago, we have a lot of sympathy and support as we look at this situation.

Cause of 2021 Myanmar Protest

Protests in Myanmar, known locally as the Spring Revolution (Burmese: နွေဦးတော်လှန်ရေး), began in early 2021 in opposition to the coup d'état on 1 February, staged by Min Aung Hlaing, the commander-in-chief of the country's armed forces, the Tatmadaw. As of 12 April 2021, at least 710 civilians of which at least 44 were children, have been killed by military or police forces and at least 3,080 people detained.

Protesters have employed peaceful and nonviolent forms of protest, which include acts of civil disobedience, labour strikes, a military boycott campaign, a pot-banging movement, a red ribbon campaign, public protests, and formal recognition of the election results by elected representatives. The colour red, which is associated with the National League for Democracy (NLD), has been donned by many protesters. "Kabar Ma Kyay Bu" (ကမ္ဘာမကျေဘူး), a song that was first popularised as the anthem of the 8888 Uprising, has been revitalised by the civil disobedience movement as a protest song. The three-finger salute has been widely adopted by protesters as a protest symbol.

In response to the growing protest movement, the military leaders of the coup enacted a number of countermeasures. These include internet and social media blackouts, a media blackout, pursuit of arrests and criminal sentences against protesters, the spread of disinformation, political overtures to competing political parties to participate in the self-appointed State Administration Council (to replace the elected government body), deployment of pro-military protesters and instigators, and the violent use of force to suppress protests.

Cause of Military coup d'etat

In the 2020 general election, the NDL party of Aung San Suu Kyi's camp won overwhelming victory, and the military, fearing that its political influence would diminish, eventually triggered a coup.

The coup took place amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Myanmar was struggling with one of the most severe outbreaks in Southeast Asia, owing to its poor health infrastructure and ongoing internal conflict. The country had begun its COVID-19 vaccination deployment a few days before the coup. The country's economy had also been greatly affected by the pandemic, shrinking by 5% during 2020.

faces of the myanmar coup

History of Myanmar

  • ~1948: British and Japanese colonies
  • 1948: Independence
  • 1962: Coup D’etat by Military
  • 1988: Mass Democracy Protest (appeared Aung San Suu Kyi) , Suppressed by Military
  • 1989: Changed Nation title Burma to Myanmar (by Military)
  • 1990: NLD(lead by Aung San Suu Kyi) won in Election but Military refused to hand over
  • 2015: NLD won in Election
  • 2020: NLD won in Election
Aung San Suu Kyi with NLD logo

Similar Past in S.Korea

The Gwangju Uprising was a popular uprising in the city of Gwangju, South Korea, from May 18 to May 27, 1980 in which it is estimated that around 2,000 people were killed. During this period, Gwangju citizens took up arms (by robbing local armories and police stations) after local Chonnam University students who were demonstrating against the martial law government were fired upon, killed, raped and beaten by government troops. The event is sometimes called 5·18 (May 18; Korean: 오일팔; Hanja: 五一八; RR: Oilpal), in reference to the date the movement began. The uprising is also known as the Gwangju Democratization Struggle (Korean: 광주 민주화 항쟁; Hanja: 光州民主化抗爭), the May 18 Democratic Uprising, or the May 18 Gwangju Democratization Movement (Korean: 5·18 광주 민주화 운동; Hanja: 五一八光州民主化運動)

Although the protest was failed and it takes more time to meet democracy and finally S.Korea inherit the spirit of Gwangju Uprising.

Pray and Help for Myanmar in S.Korea

Most of S.Korea support Myanmar protest because we know the sad of history. Everyday watching the news and pray for Myanmar.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=u52T7v5dvyI
Support Myanmar in S.Korea

Many city, University declared support Myanmar. Also ‘Gwangju city’ declared support Myanmar.

How to help Myanmar

I want to help and ask you to help Myanmar. First, we should keep our eyes on Myanmar. Second, consistently share the news with your people. Third, donate and join the protest.

Here I shared links how to help Myanmar for information.

Support Myanmar from S.Korea







Hong Kong Protest and Covid 19

Hong Kong Protest is closely related to Covid 19. The Covid 19 outbreak in China shortly after the HK Protest and Hong Kong government restricted protests to prevent the spread of Covid 19. Let's look HK protest and Covid 19.

Background of HK Protest

Direct Cause is...

The Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation Bill 2019 was first proposed by the government of Hong Kong in February 2019 in response to the 2018 murder of Poon Hiu-wing by her boyfriend Chan Tong-kai in Taiwan, where the two Hong Kong residents were visiting as tourists. As there is no extradition treaty with Taiwan (because the government of China does not recognise its sovereignty), the Hong Kong government proposed an amendment to the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Ordinance to establish a mechanism for case-by-case transfers of fugitives.

Underlying causes are...

The 2019–20 Hong Kong protests came four and a half years after the Umbrella Revolution of 2014 which begun after the decision of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPCSC) regarding proposed reforms to the Hong Kong electoral system, which were largely seen as restrictive. However, the movement ended in failure as the government offered no concessions. Since then, democratic development has stalled: only half of the seats in the Legislative Council remain directly elected, and the chief executive of Hong Kong continues to be elected by the small-circle Election Committee. The 2017 imprisonment of Hong Kong democracy activists further dashed the city's hope of meaningful political reform. Citizens began to fear the loss of the "high degree of autonomy" as provided for in the Hong Kong Basic Law, as the government of the People's Republic of China appeared to be increasingly and overtly interfering with Hong Kong's affairs.

Scandals and corruption in China shook people's confidence of the country's political systems; the Moral and National Education controversy in 2012 and the Express Rail Link project connecting Hong Kong with mainland cities and the subsequent co-location agreement proved highly controversial. Citizens saw these policies as Beijing's decision to strengthen its hold over Hong Kong. By 2019, almost no Hong Kong youth identified themselves as Chinese.

Anti-Mainland sentiment had begun to swell in the 2010s. The daily quota of 150 immigrants from China since 1997, and the massive flows of mainland visitors strained Hong Kong's public services and eroded local culture; mainlanders' arrogance drew the scorn of Hongkongers. Economic factors were also cited as an underlying cause of anger among Hongkongers.

Umbrella Revolution in HongKong

Timeline of HK Protest

Timeline of HK Protest

2019

February – Hong Kong’s Security Bureau proposes amendments to extradition laws that would allow extraditions to mainland China and other countries not covered by existing treaties.

March 31 - Thousands take to the streets to protest against the proposed extradition bill.

April 3 - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam’s government introduces amendments to the extradition laws that would allow criminal suspects to be sent to mainland China for trial.

April 28 – Tens of thousands march on Hong Kong’s Legislative Council to demand the scrapping of the proposed amendments.

May 11 – Scuffles break out in the legislature between pro-democracy lawmakers and those loyal to Beijing.

May 30 – Concessions to the extradition bill are introduced but critics say they are not enough.

June 6 – More than 3,000 Hong Kong lawyers dressed in black take part in a rare protest march.

June 9 - More than half a million people take to the streets.

June 12 – Police fire rubber bullets and tear gas during the city’s largest and most violent protests in decades. Government offices are shut.

June 15 – Lam indefinitely delays extradition law.

July 1 - Protesters storm the Legislative Council on the 22nd anniversary of the handover from British to Chinese rule, destroying pictures and daubing walls with graffiti.

July 9 - Lam says the extradition bill is dead and that government work on it had been a “total failure”.

July 21 - Men in white T-shirts, some armed with poles, storm a train at rural Yuen Long station, attacking passengers and passersby, after several thousand activists surrounded China’s representative office. The pivotal attack triggers a massive backlash against the police, who were accused of being slow to respond.

July 30 - Forty-four activists are charged with rioting, the first time the charge has been used during the protests.

Aug. 9 - China’s aviation regulator demands Hong Kong flag carrier Cathay Pacific suspend personnel who have taken part in the protests. The airline suspends a pilot, one of the 44 charged, the next day.

Aug. 14 - Police and protesters clash at Hong Kong’s international airport after flights were disrupted.

Aug. 21 - Alibaba, China’s biggest e-commerce company, delays its Hong Kong listing of up to $15 billion.

Sept. 2 - Lam says she has caused “unforgivable havoc” and would quit if she had a choice, according to a recording of remarks to business people.

Sept. 4 - Lam announces the extradition bill will be withdrawn. Critics say it is too little, too late.

Sept. 17 - Lam pledges to hold talks with the community to try to ease tensions.

Sept. 26 - Protesters trap Lam in a stadium for hours after her first “open dialogue”.

Oct. 1 - City rocked by the most widespread unrest since the protests began as China’s Communist Party rulers celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic. Police shoot an 18-year-old protester in the shoulder.

Oct. 4 - Lam invokes colonial-era emergency powers to ban face masks, sparking violent protests. A police officer shoots a 14-year-old boy in the thigh.

Oct. 16 - Lam abandons her policy speech amid lawmakers’ jeers. Prominent rights activist Jimmy Sham is beaten by four men wielding hammers and knives.

Oct. 23 - Extradition bill is withdrawn.

Oct. 29 - Authorities disqualify pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong from standing in upcoming district elections.

Oct. 31 - Preliminary data shows Hong Kong slid into recession for the first time in a decade in the third quarter.

Nov. 2 - Protesters vandalise China’s official Xinhua news agency, smashing doors, setting fires and throwing paint.

Nov. 3 - A man with a knife bites off part of a politician’s ear and slashes several people after a shopping mall rally turns into a conflict with police.

Nov. 4 - University student Chow Tsz-lok, 22, falls from the third to the second floor of a parking lot as police disperse protesters.

Nov. 6 - A knife-wielding man attacks pro-Beijing lawmaker Junius Ho.

Nov. 8 - Chow dies, the first student death during the protests.

Nov. 11 - Police fire live rounds at protesters on the eastern side of Hong Kong island, one person wounded.

Nov. 17-29 - Protracted, at-times fiery siege at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University as police surround campus after students and activists barricaded themselves inside. More than 1,100 mostly young activists arrested in what was widely seen as the police’s first major success against the movement.

2020

Jan. 1 - A march drawing tens of thousands on New Year’s Day spirals into chaos as police fire several rounds of tear gas and water cannon at crowds, including families, before halting event.

April 17 - Beijing’s top representative office in Hong Kong says it is not bound by a law restricting interference by mainland Chinese bodies, stoking concerns over China’s encroachment.

April 18 - Police arrest 15 activists, including Democratic Party founder Martin Lee, 81, and millionaire publishing tycoon Jimmy Lai, 71, in the biggest crackdown on the pro-democracy movement since protests escalated in June.

May 8 - Rival lawmakers scuffle in the legislature over electing the chairman of a key committee.

May 21 - Beijing says it is moving to impose national security legislation on Hong Kong, following the often violent anti-government unrest last year.

May 24 - Police fire tear gas and water cannon to disperse thousands as protests over the national security laws pick up with the easing of coronavirus curbs on gathering.

May 27 - Riot police fire pepper pellets as protesters rally in the heart of the business district amid demonstrations over the national security laws and a bill that would criminalise disrespect of China’s national anthem.

May 28 - China’s parliament overwhelmingly approves imposing national security legislation on Hong Kong to tackle secession, subversion, terrorism and foreign interference.

May 28 - President Donald Trump orders his administration to begin the process of eliminating special U.S. treatment for Hong Kong, but stops short of calling an immediate end to privileges that have helped the territory remain a global financial centre.

And it is still going on but I think halted. (Related: https://thediplomat.com/2020/04/hong-kongs-protests-amid-covid-19-a-dying-movement-or-a-halted-war)

Timeline of HK Covid 19

https://thediplomat.com/2020/04/hong-kongs-protests-amid-covid-19-a-dying-movement-or-a-halted-war

It seems related with crowd, gathering of people. So HK Protest and HK Covid 19 related closely.

HongKong Covid 19 Trends

It seem increased in early of April, Summer and now.

Retail & Recreation still going down.

And we can see it's lower but it is getting recover.

And I think there are increased un-employee and working from home.

Summary

Still we can't say anything about Covid 19, about Hong Kong Protests. Anyway both are related closely and sometimes government can use it. But we can have covid 19 vaccine soon and we will be free from Covid 19.

I totally understand why they doing HK Protests. Just for free, justice and fair. They worry and do not trust their gov. - China.

Young Hong Kongers are increasingly unlikely to identify as 'Chinese'

As above, Young Hong Kongers are increasingly unlikely to identify as 'Chinese'. They want to freedom and do not want to belong to China. So the protests are going on and spread widely. And China will try to more because it is very important to China as they are consist from many different culture - Tibet, Yghur and etc. China afraid losing Hong Kong because it could be effect on Tibet, Yghur.

Wish Hong Kongers and Chinese find answer soon with peace!

World is getting close and moving fast. Also in China. I totally understand HKers. Let's wait and see. I believe Chinese can make wise decide.

tiananmen square protest

Sometimes people can't change the organization but the game is not finished. World is always rolling with people and we can make better!